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Dangerous to Know & Love by [Harvey-Berrick, Jane]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 70 customer reviews

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"The story had me enthralled and I just love how completely different this was from any of the other NA books that I read. " THE LEMON REVIEW

About the Author

Jane Harvey-Berrick writes thoughtful contemporary romances. DANGEROUS TO KNOW & LOVE is a young adult story is perhaps her best known, and an Amazon bestseller.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1262 KB
  • Print Length: 536 pages
  • Publisher: Harvey Berrick Publishing; 1 edition (14 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CTXKFMY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 70 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,438 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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After reading the novella ‘Behind the wall’ of Jane Harvey-Berrick, I was in the mood for another one of her books. So I decided to read ‘Dangerous to know & love’. A book that I have wanted to read for a few months now but other books always got in the way. So now, was the perfect time for this story and I really loved it.

Jane Harvey-Berrick is a writer whose writing I really enjoy. The men in her books always have that something special. Something that fascinate me very much. They’re usually wild, passionate, angry and emotional but also loyal, gentle and lonely and deep down in their hearts looking for someone to love them for who they really are. And lucky for them and for us, they always find this someone special. Daniel Colton is definitely one of those wild boys.

Although you wouldn’t think so if you see Daniel Colton (with his many tattoos and his piercings) but one of his dreams is to go to college like a normal student and this year his dream came true but to succeed he will have to work hard, harder than most students there. Because Daniel has a secret, he’s deaf. For personal reasons, he doesn’t want people on the university to know this. What does he care that people may think that he’s arrogant for not responding to them? That just mean that they will leave him alone. That’s fine with him. But then he never suspected that he would meet Lisanne MacLaine, a girl who will change everything he ever thought about himself and his future forever.

Lisanne MacLaine loves music! She loves singing it, listening to it and playing it on instruments. Her life is just filled with music.
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Every so often we come across a book that is above par and deserves absolutely every single high praise you could throw at it and by heck this is one such book. Nothing prepares you in the synopsis for what an incredible deep story your about to read and oh how your going to smile, be alarmed, feel pity (which Daniel would just hate you for) and even cry. Nobody should review this book and give a little of the plot away other than Lis finds out his secret and the story really kicks off from there, I mean it was good before then but after; WOW. I wasn't expecting that secret and I don't think anybody would be and the research the author did to bring the secret to life in a very real way just shows how good an author she is.

Truth be told I was a little dubious to be reading yet another teen romance, but how stupid was I to feel like that. Lisanne's naivety from her closeted lifestyle versus Daniel's self assured cockiness, bad temper and playboy tag, he's everything she should avoid and dislikes but then she has to do an assignment with him and then the sparks begin to fly, and fly they did on numerous occassions.

This isn't a soppy love story, there's the F' word galore, fighting, drugs, police to name but a few things you'll encounter. There is also the really cool and great supporting cast too. I wished Rodney made an appearance sooner, I loved him!

This is a keeper and a favourite and I'll definitely be reading it again.
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Oh wow!! How has it taken me this long to get round to reading this?? This story was amazing! I don't want to say to much because I don't want to give things away. But this story was unique in a big way!
The male character Daniel was so swoon worthy and as you read on and find out everything about him you realise what such a strong man he is too and why he is the way he is at times.
Lisanne starts off as the innocent college girl but as the story goes on again you find out how strong she is, how her character changes so much just from meeting Daniel and how great they compliment each other.
All I will say is this story is emotional, it is HOT and it is a brilliant unique story! I think Jane really put so much effort into researching the whole of it and it shows through the writing and the story.
This book was brilliant, I absolutely loved it and 5* just aren't enough in my opinion! Jane really doesn't write a bad story and this again proves it. Highly recommend this book :)
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Jane again has perfectly captured a mix of someone who has physical and psychological damage. Daniel really caught me, his determination to shield his vulnerability was almost heartbreaking.
Lisanne started out a pompous stiff who gradually allowed her eyes to be opened. I still wasn’t entirely enamoured of her by the end of the book (she could be a bit of a whiner) but it made the difference between a 3 and 4 star review!
Had I not previously read Slave, Playing in the Rain or the Travelling books this probably would have been a 5 star review, but this wasn't quite on par with those for me.
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When I found out that Jane Harvey-Berrick was writing a new book I was so excited. I totally fell in love with her The Education of... series. Jane is a wonderful writer and I have now enjoyed three incredible books by her.

Very much like in TEoS, Jane has created some truly interesting and memorable character. I really believe that Daniel Colton could give Sebastian a run for his money. Daniel is right up there with the great book boyfriends, for me. He's a hot, tattooed, slightly arrogant, sexy bad boy. His character was so unique and I just loved everything about him.

"Check out Mr. Tall Dark and Deliciously Dangerous!"

Lisanne on the other hand, I had a bit of a love/hate relationship with. I think my issue with her sort of character is purely their age and that I find it hard to connect with them. I may only be a few years older than she is but I just found it hard to 'get her'. There are plenty of characters around like her, in the sense that she is the typical naive, virginal college girl who suddenly grabs the attention of the college hot guys. I found myself getting frustrated over her decision making at times but again, I just put it down to the fact she is a teen in college.

There is a twist to this story that I absolutely adored. It's going to be hard to talk about it without revealing it too much but I think it's important for me not to actually specifically mention it. Daniel is hiding a secret that he believes will change everybody's opinion on him and that is exactly why he chooses to keep it hidden. Which is all going well until he meets Lisanne. Within minutes of her knowing him she has it sussed and I loved her reaction to it, I know it was just the reaction he needed.

"Don't stop listening to music because of me.
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